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FSC x Loopwheeler Made in Japan Sweatshirts

If there was a perfect sweatshirt, this would be it. Having just opened their Japan location in combination with their Made in Japan line, Freemans Sporting Club is pulling no punches and has come out swinging. As part of their new transition, they’ve teamed up with Loopwheeler to make some truly buzzworthy sweatshirts.

The fabric for these pieces is made using vintage loop-wheeling machines which results in a seamless tube body construction. They use a process known as “tsuriami-ki” which relies on the force of gravity and produces just one meter of fabric per hour. Laborious as it is, the result is a fleece that’s extremely dense, super soft, and ultra durable.

Other details for these all cotton best-in-class basics include flatlock seams, true ‘V’ inserts, double layer hood, gusseted underarms, and kangaroo pockets.

The crewnecks run for $265 while their hooded counterparts cost $325. They’re available in stores now, but you’ll have to wait until December 1 to grab them via the internet.